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    08-07-2014, 05:02 PM
Well, looks like there are two horses for sale at my barn, so there just may be openings in the near future. I'll list the details on the barn and Horseq or Ninamebo, let me know if it interests you and I'd be happy to PM you when stalls come open. It's one of those deals where I can't be sure when they will sell, so you may have already found places by then.

Location: Maltby/Snohomish about 2 minutes from 522
Outdoor, track style sand and grass arena with one end fully sand for lunging.
Equestrian center next door has large covered arena that can be used for $5 a ride or $50 per month unlimited.
Horses are mainly kept outside in pastures with 3 sided sheds, 1-2 horses per pasture. There are also two stalls with large paddocks. Barn has nice stalls, but they are mainly used for tack storage - two are kept open for vet visits, injuries, etc..
BO feeds hay and supplements (bagged) twice a day, you provide. Boarders will often order hay together from the local feed store and split delivery cost. Bo is often happy to make the order for you and be there to receive it, then you just pay him back.
You are in charge of mucking your own stall/shed if needed. I usually have to clean my mare's pasture 3 times a week since she likes to go in certain spots. BO will drag pastures as needed.
Board: $225
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    10-03-2014, 05:29 PM
TessaMay, I tried to send you a PM about the place where you board but couldn't since I'm a newb with no posts. :)

Would you mind PMing me if your barn comes up with an open slot? I'm horse shopping right now but would like to know all my options. Thank you!
    10-03-2014, 05:56 PM
Sure thing boosteddreams! There is currently one horse for sale there, so a possible opening, but I don't know if she will sell any time soon... She's a very sweet pony, but has some special needs. But, you never know when someone will decide to leave :)
    10-07-2014, 04:21 PM
Thank you, I appreciate it! And I hope the pony finds a good home. :)
    10-07-2014, 08:50 PM
You might also check out Lord Hill Stables Lord Hill Stables - Horse Boarding & Training they are in snohomish about 30 minutes from the area you are looking at. My friend is a trainer there.
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    10-27-2014, 03:47 PM
Depending where you end up, I would highly recommend my vet that I had when I was living in the area.

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